The reality is that we all have flaws.

I know I do.

I know you do.

I know that politicians, athletes and television personalities do.

It’s easy to be outraged by the flaws that we see in others.

We rant and rave and complain.

We tweet and retweet.

We point the finger.

But what if, instead of contributing to our culture of divisiveness and name-calling, we looked in the mirror.

We identified our own flaws.

Not to feel bad.

Not to put ourselves down.

But so that we can get to work on bettering ourselves.

No amount of blaming will change another person.

But self-reflection and honesty can lead to our own development.

And in doing so, we change the world.